Elon Musk Says Twitter Won’t Let Him Change His New Name, Dogecoin Creator Has This Solution Elon Musk said on Wednesday that he changed his name to “Mr Tweet” on Twitter and now the platform won’t let him change it back.
Changed my name to “Mr. Tweet”, now Twitter won’t let me change it back, tweeted the CEO of Twitter and Tesla. The Financial Times’ San Francisco correspondent Patrick McGee said on Twitter that the lawyer for investors suing Elon Musk mistakenly tweeted Elon Musk grilling him.
I’m sorry there’s no recording of this — it was prohibited — but basically Musk replied “Mr. Tweet?” The whole courtroom laughed. And then Musk said: “actually pretty accurate”
Going by memory here, not for the history books
— Patrick McGee (@PatrickMcGee_) January 26, 2023
Dogecoin,Doge/USD,+1.99%++ Free Alert, co-creator Billy Marcus jokingly replied to Elon Musk, you should complain to Elon Musk about this. Why does this matter? Elon Musk’s name change attracted several comments and memes, including a post from a user who asked why the entrepreneur’s blue tick was not hidden after the change.
As you changed your display name how the blue tick didn't get hide? Is twitter policy different with you? 😀😀@TwitterBlue pic.twitter.com/irUSiRU3dv
— Manish Bothra🇮🇳 (@MoneyMystery) January 25, 2023
Earlier in November, Doja Cat, a rapper, changed her username to Christmas and found out she couldn’t change it back. Even if you had $5,000 in your trading account, you could potentially make $3,000 in the last 14 days.
Elon finding the guy who won’t let him change his name pic.twitter.com/52WhxHM89o
— alexjm 🍿 the blue roo 🦘 (@alexjmingolla) January 25, 2023
— DogeDesigner (@cb_doge) January 26, 2023
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